APPLY DONATE

THE SITUATION REPORT

  • SEPTEMBER 2018 SITREP

    Through our Veteran Crisis Assistance Program, NSF provides crucial resources, tragedy assistance funds, and transition support to NSW veterans in need. We work to quickly respond to the needs of our NSW veteran families, ensuring those who have served with dignity and honor have the resources they need to face life’s challenges.

  • August 2018 SITREP

    We are pleased to announce the recent hiring of retired SEAL Chris Irwin to the position of Director of Development for the West
    Coast Region.

  • July 2018 SITREP

    This month the Navy SEAL Foundation supported 17 requests under our Warrior & Family Support pillar. In one case, the infant of an active-duty SEAL experienced significant complications following birth, and because of these complications they now require around-the-clock care and attention.

  • June 2018 SITREP

    The Foundation provides a range of programs and services to those warriors and families who have sustained injuries, illnesses or catastrophic loss during, or because of, their Naval Special Warfare (NSW) service.

  • MAY 2018 SITREP

    This month, NSF supported 56 wounded, ill and injured requests (32 SEAL, 5 SWCC, 10 Support and 9 Retired) which included logistical family support, necessary rehabilitation equipment, veteran medical support for combat sustained injuries, casualty checks,
    medical board stipends, respite childcare, and other financial assistance. An active-duty SEAL was injured during training and

  • APRIL 2018

    This month the Navy SEAL Foundation supported 70 wounded, ill and injured requests which included help with logistical family
    support, necessary rehabilitation equipment, veteran medical support for combat sustained injuries, funds for immediate tragedy
    assistance, medical board stipend support, respite childcare and other financial assistance.

  • FEBRUARY-MARCH 2018

    This month, the Foundation supported 65 wounded, ill and injured requests to
    include logistical family support, necessary rehabilitation equipment, veteran
    medical support for combat sustained injuries, casualty checks, medical board
    stipend, respite childcare, and financial assistance.

  • JANUARY-FEBRUARY 2018

    This month, the Navy SEAL Foundation supported 22 wounded,
    ill and injured requests (13 SEAL, 7 Support, 2 SWCC) to include
    logistical family support, necessary rehabilitation equipment
    and veteran medical support for combat sustained injuries.

  • November 2017 SITREP

    November 6-7, the Navy SEAL Foundation hosted over 500 medical professionals, Naval Special Warfare (NSW) community members, caregivers and thought leaders at our 2ndAnnual Impact Forum, held at the Manchester Grand Hyatt in San Diego.

  • October 2017 SITREP

    This month the Navy SEAL Foundation responded to 30 individual requests for support of a Naval Special Warfare Warriors and their families. Of the 30 requests, 14 of them were in support of SEALs; two were in support of SWCCs and 14 were for support personnel assigned to NSW commands.

  • September 2017 SITREP

    This month the Foundation was excited to partner with Exum Mountain Guides and Mission Memorial Day to enable 3 active-duty SEALs to participate in the 5th annual Grand Teton Veterans Adaptive Climb with Exum Mountain Guides.

  • AUGUST 2017 SITREP

    This month the Navy SEAL Foundation supported 29 wounded, ill and injured requests to include logistical family support, necessary rehabilitation equipment and veteran medical support for combat sustained injuries.

  • JULY 2017 SITREP

    Hundreds gathered on July 20th at the Virginia Beach ocean front to witness the dedication of the country’s newest Navy SEAL Monument. The project, featuring the “Naked Warrior” statue and sand from places all around the world where SEALs have served, was spearheaded by Rick Woolard, a retired SEAL Captain.

  • JUNE 2017 SITREP

    There’s no question about it; summer is a busy time at the Navy SEAL Foundation! Between our seven specialized summer camps for Naval Special Warfare (NSW) kids and teens, our annual family support activities, the myriad of fundraising events, and our day-to-day operations we are surrounded by a constant buzz of activity. This time of year is also a time of great reflection, with patriotic holidays and sadly, many NSW memorial anniversaries for our Fallen Heroes.

SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER